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Digest Chinese New Year 2020: The Best Festive Snacks To Feast On

Chinese New Year 2020: The Best Festive Snacks To Feast On

Chinese New Year 2020: The Best Festive Snacks To Feast On
CNY goodies (Image: Jade Restaurant)
By Dudi Aureus
By Dudi Aureus
January 21, 2020
The festivities won’t be complete without these ubiquitous goodies to usher in the Year of the Rat

Stocking up on CNY goodies is as important as planning your reunion dinners. From traditional cakes to innovative twists on classics items, here are some delectable treats to serve on your snack platter.

(Related: Chinese New Year 2020: Restaurants With Delectable Menus For Your Reunion Dinner)

CNY festive treats
CNY festive treats

1/6 Fortune Bo Lo Pineapple Tarts

The golf ball-shaped pineapple tarts with a crisp and flaky top encase a generous filling of sweet and tart pineapple jam, made in-house. Available at selected Crystal Jade outlets until February 8.

Crystal Jade Golden Palace

Restaurant, $$, Chinese, Orchard

Wu tao gao
Wu tao gao

2/6 Traditional Yam Cake

Perfect for sharing amongst family members, the steamed yam cake or wu tao gao is loaded with minced chicken, Chinese mushrooms and hae bee (dried prawns). Finished with a sprinkle of spring onions, deep-fried shallots and chilli. Available for pre-order and pick up at Violet Oon Singapore at Ion Orchard from January 15 to February 8.

National Kitchen by Violet Oon Singapore

Restaurant, $$, Asian, City Hall/ Bras Basah

Koi fish jelly
Koi fish jelly

3/6 Koi Fish Jelly

Ideal as a palate cleanser after a filling CNY reunion dinner is this imaginative creation, composed of almond, raspberry and lychee jelly. Finished with freshly cut fruits for a refreshing finish. Available until February 8.

Jade Restaurant

Restaurant, $$, Chinese, Cantonese, Marina Bay

Festive cakes
Festive cakes

4/6 Lotus Seed Cake with Preserved Meat, Lily Bulb, Chinese Yam and Dried Shrimp

Always a crowd pleaser, the culinary team’s newest version of the radish cake is packed with lotus seed, preserved meat, lily bulb, Chinese yam and dried jumbo shrimp for extra flavour and texture. Available for dine-in and takeaway until February 8.

Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant

Restaurant, $$$, Chinese, Cantonese, Orchard

Luk chup
Luk chup

5/6 Luk Chup

While this Thai mung bean dessert was traditionally served to the Thai royal family in the past, the culinary team has updated the look for CNY. They now resemble Mandarin oranges to attract prosperity and luck in the coming year. Available until February 8.

(Related: Thai Artist Pomme Chan Shares How To Integrate Feng Shui Into Your Home With Style)

Thanying Restaurant

Restaurant, $$, Thai, Tanjong Pagar

Candied orange kueh lapis
Candied orange kueh lapis

6/6 Candied Orange Kueh Lapis

Just for CNY, our favourite treat has been given an update with the addition of candied orange bits. It adds a citrusy burst to the 800g layered cake, which is also made with less sugar. Order ahead or visit Culina to purchase it at the store.

Culina at Como Dempsey | Block 15 Dempsey Road | 6474 7338 | reservations@culina.com.sg

(Related: The Most Definitive Book About Kueh in Singapore Makes its Debut)

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